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A fascinating look at Edinburgh’s proud military past

Today, Edinburgh Castle is primarily admired by tourists and locals for the drama it adds to the landscape of our capital. Although a stroll down...
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Perthshire artist celebrates Britain’s landmarks

A self-taught artist originally from Perthshire will be unveiling a major exhibition of his oil paintings of the British landscape. Britain’s most stunning natural and...

More than 7000 watched Samhuinn Fire Festival

Thousands gathered to watch winter triumph over summer last night at the immersive Samhuinn Fire Festival in Edinburgh’s city centre. A crowd of more than...

Shorter days bring more deer to our roads

Scottish Natural Heritage is warning motorists to be aware of the increased risk of collisions between deer and vehicles due to the shorter days at...
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Marking Burns Night and Chinese New Year

Unique Events and the Edinburgh Tourism Action Group will celebrate the city's Burns&Beyond with Johnnie Walker and Chinese New Year Festivals in January 2020. A...
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Tunnock’s teacakes go purple for a great cause

Scotland’s favourite tea-time snack has changed colour for November’s Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month. A limited-edition batch of Tunnock’s Tea Cakes have ditched their distinctive red...

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Benbecula Distillery: Spirit flows through island distillery after 130-year-old whisky recipe revived

The first spirit has started to flow at Benbecula Distillery after an islander brought a 130-year-old recipe back to life.  Angus MacMillan always dreamed of...
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Rosebank Distillery: Sleeping giant Falkirk distillery reawakened after 30 years

Known as the sleeping giant of Scottish distilleries, the highly anticipated Rosebank Distillery has finally reawakened. After more than 30 years of closure, Ian Macleod...
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The Dalmore Luminary: Rare whisky sells for nearly ÂŁ95,000 at auction

A bottle of Dalmore whisky has sold for nearly ÂŁ95,000 at auction, encased in a glass sculpture which was hand polished for 500 hours. The...
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Dram delights: Scotland’s new whiskies

Alice Grundon takes a look at some of Scotland’s new expressions…   Glenmorangie Rich and deliciously decadent, Glenmorangie Pommard Cask Finish is the result of...
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The Balmoral unveils exclusive ÂŁ100,000 whisky experience in partnership with The Macallan

It's been two centuries since The Macallan distilled its very first batch of whisky on the banks of the River Spey. Since then it has...
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The Glen Grant: Scotland’s longest serving distiller Dennis Malcolm retires after 63 years

Born on The Glen Grant distillery grounds in 1946, where both his father and grandfather worked, Dennis Malcolm was always destined for a career in...

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